Apple Plans To Launch First-Ever 5G iPad This Year

Apple Plans To Launch First-Ever 5G iPad This Year

Tech giant Apple is already developing a 5G enabled iPhone. The smartphone will most probably hit the shelves in September this year when the company will launch the next-gen iPhones. Now reports have emerged that Apple is working on first-ever 5G iPad. The 5G-enabled iPad is likely to be launched alongside iPhone 12 later this […]

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WhatsApp To Introduce Support For Animated Sticker Packs Soon

WhatsApp To Introduce Support For Animated Sticker Packs Soon

Popular messaging app WhatsApp is planning to introduce support for animated sticker packs. The Facebook-owned app’s latest beta update for its Android platform has claimed that it might be bringing animated sticker packs soon. Several users have already spotted animated stickers in the latest WhatsApp beta version. If reports are to go by, WhatsApp will […]

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Microsoft Officially Launches Chromium-Based Edge Browser For Windows, macOS, And Mobile

Microsoft Officially Launches Chromium-Based Edge Browser For Windows, macOS, And Mobile

Microsoft has finally launched its new Chromium-based Edge browser for Windows 10, macOS, and mobile phones. Microsoft has launched the new browser after working on it for almost a year. The company has followed its release schedule to release a new browser with the new build entirely based on the Chromium foundation and updated logo. […]

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Google Rolls Out New Feature In Search Result That Makes It Easier To Find Clothes, Accessories From Local Shops

Google Rolls Out New Feature In Search Result That Makes It Easier To Find Clothes, Accessories From Local Shops

Google made some big changes on its Shopping app recently and it is now planning to revamp Google Search. The latest changes will let users search and compare clothes, accessories, and shoes from different retailers. So every time when you search for a product, Google will feature the most popular products from stores along with […]

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Google Testing Cloud Gaming Service Stadia On Non-Pixel Android Devices

Google Testing Cloud Gaming Service Stadia On Non-Pixel Android Devices

Tech giant Google wants to bring its cloud gaming service Stadia to as many devices as possible. Back in November, Google had said it wants non-Pixel owners to experience Stadia. Reports now suggest Google has started testing Stadia gaming on non-Pixel Android devices. The company is running a randomized testing trial. It wants to see […]

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Sprint To Shut Down Its Prepaid Unit Virgin Mobile USA, To Move Customers To Boost

Sprint To Shut Down Its Prepaid Unit Virgin Mobile USA, To Move Customers To Boost

Sprint has decided to pull the plug on Virgin Mobile USA and has started informing customers that its services would be discontinued soon.  The company has not announced the exact timeframe, but whenever it happens, this would mark the end of the around 18-year presence of the brand in the market. Virgin Mobile USA said […]

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Meet Samsung's 'Human-like' Artificial Intelligence Named Neon Is All Set For CES 2020 Debut

Meet Samsung’s ‘Human-like’ Artificial Intelligence Named Neon Is All Set For CES 2020 Debut

Samsung is all set to introduce its ‘human-like’ artificial intelligence called Neon at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020. There were speculations that it would be an ‘artificial human’ that would make you wonder ‘which one of you is real’. A tweet has now pretty much confirmed that it would be avatar-based digital assistance. Neon […]

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Samsung Beats 5G Devices Sales Expectations In 2019

Samsung Beats 5G Devices Sales Expectations In 2019

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung has exceeded its sales expectations for 2019. The company sold 6.7 million 5G phones last year, beating expected sales for devices. The company accounted for 53.9 percent of the global 5G smartphone market by November 2019. The company shipped 6.7 million units of five Galaxy 5G smartphones — Galaxy S10 […]

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Samsung Electronics Denies Selling One Million Units Of Galaxy Fold, Plans New Model To Cut Price

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung Electronics has refuted claims that it sold one million units of Galaxy Fold. Its president Young Sohn had during a conference in the US recently said that the tech giant has sold one million Galaxy Folds. Now, the company in a statement said Sohn may have confused with the initial […]

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Obese Children Have Tiny Brain Regions For Impulse Control And Planning

Research on brain development has found out that children with obesity have reduced brain regions, which regulate planning, and impulse control. The study has succeeded to establish a link between obesity and brain function. The lead author of the study Jennifer Laurent has said that the higher body mass index reduces cortical areas. The children, […]

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